Find the perfect artwork for your apartment (at a price that matches your budget) from these online stores.

By Catie Parrish

20x200's motto, "It's Art for Everyone," says it all. They're truly dedicated to bringing quality artwork to the masses. 20x200 sells $24 prints, enormous framed works, and everything in between. Each piece is museum-quality, signed by the artist, and complete with a numbered certificate of authenticity. "Poolside" by Helena Wurzel, $24

Tiny Showcase

Shop affordable art for your home and feel good about it! Every Tuesday, Tiny Showcase releases new limited-edition artwork, and a portion of the sale is donated to a charity of the artist's choice. Since 2004, they've raised over $100,000 for special causes. Their cool offerings include letterpress prints, pins, calendars, sculptures, and more. "The Happy Hour Poster" by Sol Linero, $25

GreenBox Art

Sister company to Oopsy Daisy Fine Art for Kids, the founders started GreenBox with the same notion in mind -- bright, cheery, happy artwork. The inspiring collection includes pieces from more than 300 artists. In addition to ever-popular prints and canvases, GreenBox also offers wall murals to make a big impact in your space. "Succulent Bouquet III" by Shannon Newlin, $29


If you're looking for something very specific, such as a precise size, certain style, or particular color scheme -- at an affordable price --nobody has a better selection than Wayfair. Their selection doesn't include original artwork, but with nearly 90,000 canvases, photos, and paintings, there's plenty to choose from. "The Lakefront - Chicago, Illinois" by iCanvas, $50.99

Saatchi Art

Saatchi Art offers an unparalleled selection from emerging artists around the world. Tech-savvy shoppers will also appreciate their "View in a Room" feature, which allows people to visualize the artwork on their walls to scale. Those looking for some personalized guidance navigating their enormous marketplace can work with a curator for free. "Aura" by Sal Panasci, $40


This curated online gallery features paintings, photos, drawings, and more from midcareer and emerging artists. What sets UGallery apart is their try before you buy policy, which gives buyers seven days to see how the art works in their home. Reasonable prices, combined with free shipping, make UGallery an attractive option for those in the market for original artwork. "Donut Bother Me" by Jackie Graham, $200


A favorite for stationery and invitations, Minted also sells artwork from artists around the world. Each piece is printed on museum-quality paper, and a wide range of sizes is available, including their new oversize 40"x54" format. "Stormy Bay" by Bethan, $530 (framed)


There's no question that Etsy is the first place that comes to mind when searching for handmade goods online. Etsy's art section is especially diverse, offering collages, custom portraits, and more, at a variety of prices. There are plenty of options under $25. If your style is more old-school than modern, you'll also discover a vast collection of vintage artwork. "Hug a Pug Dictionary Print" by Kelly Stevens, $22

Little Paper Planes

Artist-run Little Paper Planes has been a destination for people to shop art online since 2004. Since then, they've opened a brick-and-mortar location in San Francisco in 2013. In addition to many prints, photographs, and objects under $100, Little Paper Planes also sells artistic housewares and apparel. "Nesting Doll Prints" by Dutch Door Press, $15


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